Perry Farrell Solo Record Delayed

Song Yet to Be Sung release date pushed back one month.

Perry Farrell has pushed back the release of his first solo album almost a month to July 17, but still plans to put out the Song Yet to Be Sung title track and video in late June, according to his publicist.

The U.S. release date was changed so it would coincide with the album's worldwide release, Farrell's publicist said. The original release date was June 19, the same date that Jane's Addiction guitarist Dave Navarro's solo album, Trust No One, is set to come out.

Farrell's album features Navarro and Jane's drummer Stephen Perkins on the title song, while bassist Martyn Le Noble — formerly of Porno for Pyros — guests on the track "Happy Birthday Jubilee" (see "Addiction, Pyro Bandmates Guest On Perry Farrell Solo Album").

Also featured on the album are War keyboardist Lonnie Jordan and Jon Brion, a multiinstrumentalist and producer who's worked with Fiona Apple, David Byrne and Aimee Mann.

Jane's Addiction played the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio, California, last month (see "Jane's Addiction, Chemical Brothers, More Heat Up Coachella"), and as of then were hoping to hit the road for a tour later this summer.